Arts, Culture, History & Events
Umpqua Bank Exhibit December / January Exhibit
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Event, January 19th
Calling All Volunteers - Beverly Knight Photography highlighting Antioch Volunteers
Black History Month Exhibit - February 2nd - 21st
Umpqua Bank  - February  through March
Art4Schools - Antioch High School, February 4th - 21st
Rivertown Resource Center, Rental Space Available
Call For Artists      
    *  Umpqua Bank Exhibit
       (ongoing - work changes every two months)

*  Lodi Community Art Center, ongoing opportunity
Community Coverage - Beverly Knight Photography

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The Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch (ACFA) is dedicated to advancing all of the arts in
a way that promotes communication, education, appreciation, cultural diversity and collaboration throughout our community. 

CCC Supervisor Federal Glover 

Please donate! Since 2001 ACFA has been generously funded by the City of Antioch. Understandably, in these challenging budgetary times, our funding has gone down significantly. We are seeking sponsorships and donations to continue to keep the Lynn House Gallery open and continue the summer concert series. Please consider donating today. ACFA is a 501c3 corporation and your donation is tax deductable as allowed by law. Please consider donating today. ACFA appreciates your support.

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Contact information: | 809 W. 1st Street PO Box 613 | Antioch, CA 94509
Diane Gibson-Gray, Executive Director, 925.